Acer sees decline in global notebook market share due to lower sales of Aspire One netbooks in US

While Asus seems to be doing pretty good in terms of Eee PC shipments, both HP and Acer suffered a decline in their global notebook market share during the 1st quarter of 2011. To be more specific, HP’s global notebook market share went from 20.2% to 18.5%, while Acer’s dipped from 14.9% to 14.8%. Meanwhile, […]

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Asus aim for 8 million netbook sales in 2010

Asustek are aiming to ship 20 million notebooks throughout 2010, overtaking Toshiba and Lenovo. If they succeed, it will make them the fifth largest vendor worldwide. From the 20 million, 8 million is expected to come from netbook sales. Asus are also expecting 30% of shipments to be from notebooks supporting USB 3.0. It’s unclear […]

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LG to focus more on QWERTY and touchscreen phones instead of notebooks

I have somewhat bad news for the loyal customers of LG. You might be holding off for a new, even better model than the LG X120 before buying a netbook, but it’s going to be quite a while before LG introduces any more new models in its netbook/notebook line. The company has decided that it […]

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